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Private Finance projects cost the taxpayer £199bn
Taxpayers face a bill of £199bn for projects outsourced to private companies even if no new schemes are awarded public money.
Is a split brewing at Costa Coffee owner Whitbread?
It seems to be quite the season for major companies to contemplate breaking themselves up.
Poundworld lines up £40m TPG backing amid 'brutal' trading
One of the UK’s biggest discount retailers is lining up tens of millions of pounds in new funding from its controlling shareholder after tough trading and one-off costs saw it plunge into the red last year.
Apple employees to get bonuses of $2,500 in stock
Apple employees are set to receive bonuses of $2,500 (£1,800) each as the company begins returning its overseas cash to the US.
How the major retailers have fared over Xmas
What the major UK retailers have said about their trading over the crucial Christmas season so far:
Carillion directors' bonus payments stopped amid anger over firm's collapse
Bosses at collapsed construction firm Carillion have had their bonus payments halted amid growing anger at bumper payouts.
Carillion audit chair under pressure to quit Victrex board
The Carillion director who chaired its audit committee for six years is under mounting pressure to quit‎ the board of Victrex, the listed polymer manufacturer.
Interserve falls 15% as Govt 'monitors' health after Carillion collapse
Interserve, a rival of Carillion until its financial collapse this week, has seen its share price fall sharply on a report the Government is closely monitoring the company.
Deutsche Bank says hundreds not thousands of staff will move after Brexit
Deutsche Bank plans to move hundreds of staff out of London as a result of Brexit rather than the thousands first feared, a senior executive has said.
Lloyds keeps cash bonus cap despite return to private ownership
Britain‎'s biggest retail bank is to retain a £2,000 cap on cash bonuses even after being freed from the shackles of partial state ownership last year.